Our Favourite Things: Design Round-up

We list our favourite furniture designs this year.

Overgaard & Dyrman

Overgaard & Dyrman

Inspired by saddlery and metal work, Overgaard & Dyrman juxtaposes natural and industrial elements to create a collection that is both functional and beautiful. The Wire Collection is an amalgam of sensual lines and masculine textures. Dream
Herman Miller

Herman Miller

Designed by Australian designer Charles Wilson for Herman Miller, the Carafe table is a versatile desk created to suit an individual’s changing needs. The clean lines and carved slots of the Carafe hiding drawer bases were inspired by timber fishing huts in Vietnam. Xtra
Flou

Flou

The Iko collection by Rodolfo Dordorini showcases exceptional craftsmanship through its unusual use of materials. The coffee table combines pure shapes and luxurious finishing. Available in marble and brass, the table is a piece of timeless elegance that will sit harmoniously alongside your existing furniture. Dream
Giorgetti

Giorgetti

Relax comfortably on this armchair, which seemingly hangs like a hammock. With a balanced structure in solid walnut canaletto, the non-removable leather upholstery of the swing armchair gives a coastal charm that is also refined and vintage. Space Furniture
Meridiani

Meridiani

A special edition from Meridiani’s collection is a set of minimally designed tables called plinto. Designed by Andrea Parish, the table’s interplay between symmetrical forms, architectural lines and empty void generates endless possibilities for placement and use. Marquis QSquare
Cassina

Cassina

This limited-edition table is a quirky-yet-minimalistic piece, structured from six staggering sections of varying radiuses, which form the table top. It is available in three different finishes: rattan with natural oak edges; white Carrara marble with natural oak edges; and black Marquiña marble with open-pored black stained oak edges. Dream
MisuraEmme

MisuraEmme

The Margareth bed by MisuraEmme has a fragility about it due to the lightness of its design, but, in reality, it is far from fragile. Although it is covered almost entirely in fabric, the structure within is a superstructure of solid steel and wood. Marquis QSquare
Montis

Montis

The Puk low chair is the latest addition to the Puk family of upholstered easy chairs that is designed to envelop users. The trim silhouette and clean canvas makes it a versatile piece, from the boardroom to the bedroom. Available with or without buttons in the backrest, with a choice of either wood or brushed metal base. Xtra
Alivar

Alivar

The Sirio table by Giuseppe Bavuso is the quintessence of unique minimalism. With a choice of chrome steel, black nickel or, our favourite, Champagne aluminium frames, the new table exudes a vintage flair without looking too rustic. In addition, the table top comes with a choice of heat-treated oak and coloured walnut that brings character to a space. Xtra
Moroso

Moroso

A seemingly plain stool with steel-pipe legs from Moroso, dubbed the Float stool, is as close to floating as it gets in the furniture stakes. Two of the chair’s four legs have been cut off from under the seating surface, creating a visual effect where the seat appears to be magically floating in mid-air. Xtra
Maxalto

Maxalto

Part of its 40th anniversary collection, Recipio by Antonio Citterio is a range of tables for any room. From bedside tables to dining tables, the simplicity of the design ensures it can be used in almost any situation, adding a touch of refinement to its setting. Space Furniture

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